Posted by Camille Penrod on October 12, 2016 in Inside our Offices

Habitat For Humanity RoofAt Ancestry we’re always looking for ways to give back which is why we work with Habitat for Humanity to provide financial support and employee volunteers to help build and repair houses so people can have a decent, safe and affordable place to live.  

Employees from our Lehi, Orem and Salt Lake City offices spent a week building a new home for a local American Fork family. We want our employees to get personally involved in the community and offer our employees time to volunteer on the clock so they’re able to participate in meaningful charities. Our volunteers always work hard and get a lot done, and this week was no exception.

The new home has a nice frame and roof and employees will be returning to help with drywalling and painting. We’re so excited for the family that will receive this house. A big thanks to Habitat for Humanity for facilitating the building of great homes for deserving families.

Camille Penrod

Camille Penrod has been at Ancestry since June 2015 focusing her efforts on supporting the communications team. She graduated from Brigham Young University cum laude and with honors earning a B.A in Communications and minors in Business Management and Ballroom Dance. When Camille is not at work she enjoys teaching dance and playing games with family and friends from her home town. She is proud to be the granddaughter of an FBI agent and the great-great-granddaughter of a farmer who grew some of the largest apples in Utah.


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